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The top technology gifts for this Christmas Having looked at hundreds of devices during 2018, technology editor Adrian Weckler rounds up some of the very best gadgets to bring you the ultimate tech gift guide

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Wrike targets EMEA growth from its latest Dublin base US online software firm Wrike has moved into its new EMEA headquarters in Dublin as its global footprint rapidly expands.

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Bitcoin heads towards one-year low as it falls over 7pc Bitcoin has fallen as much as 7pc, heading towards a recent one-year low in a broad-based selloff in cryptocurrencies.

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Facebook Irish tax bill was €38.3m as turnover jumped to €18.7bn Facebook has said it paid an effective tax rate of 15.5pc in Ireland last year.

Tech bosses want EU share scheme reform Stripe's Patrick Collison has joined with 100 European technology sector leaders to launch a campaign urging governments to make employee stock options more attractive.

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Adrian Weckler: 'Rural rollout now possible in 2019 - but other barriers may yet hold up process' Is that it, now? Will the Government finally be able to get on with the business of rolling out broadband to more than one million people?

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Russia opens civil case against Google for failure to remove certain entries - watchdog Russia has formally opened a civil case against Google and could fine it up to 700,000 roubles (€9202) for failing to comply with a legal...

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Broadband plan set to get go-ahead Ministers are expected to give the green light for the National Broadband Plan to continue today after they finally receive a review of the bidding process.

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Adrian Weckler: 'It's time for free food at work' Last week, the Government kicked off a conversation about the future of work. But they'd do well to forget about robots and remote working.

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